Columbia University Gay Health Advocacy Program
The Gay Health Advocacy Project (GHAP) promotes the health and civil rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people on campus. GPAP also provide HIV testing, counseling and treatment for the Columbia community.
Volunteer Opportunities: GHAP recruits approximately twenty Columbia University student “Advocates” each year to provide pre-HIV antibody test peer counseling, peer sexual health training and counseling, and a variety of volunteer services for GHAP’s programs. Advocates undergo a comprehensive and rigorous training during the Fall Semester and are monitored throughout the year